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Movie Review: “Hotel Transylvania”

Movie Review: “Hotel Transylvania”

Justine Siminitus, Staffer

March 18, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

Hotel Transylvania is a movie that came to theaters on September 28, 2012. It came out on DVD on January 29, 2013. Hotel Transylvania is a funny, entertaining, and silly family movie. I give Hotel Transylvania five stars. I give the movie this rating because it is a great way to put you in a Hallow...

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Hughes

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Hughes

Nevaeh Doyle, Staffer

March 13, 2019


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Mrs. Allison Hughes is a fifth-grade teacher at DHH Lengel Middle School. She co-teaches in room 203 with Mrs. Lombel. Mrs. Hughes has a passion for teaching. This is her first year teaching here at DHHL, but she has been teaching for four years now. Before coming to Lengel, she taught for three years...

Student Spotlight: Stephanie Tettemer

Student Spotlight: Stephanie Tettemer

Cambria Newberry, Staffer

March 12, 2019


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Stephanie Tettemer is a fifth grader here at Lengel Middle School. She loves technology, music, art, and Minecraft. Some of her favorite songs are "It's My Life," "Livin' On a Prayer," "Pity Party," "Locked Away," and any song by Queen, XXXTenacion, Linkin Park, and lots of other bands and singers. Stephanie...

Movie Review: “A Dog’s Way Home”

Movie Review: “A Dog’s Way Home”

Aubrey Snyder, Staffer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

"A Dog's Way Home" is an adventure movie that came out on January 11, 2019. The movie is similar to "A Dog's Purpose," and is about a dog named Bella who found an owner named Lucas. Lucas's mother had PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and Bella gave her love. Bella somehow gets separated from Lucas...

Howling Fear

Howling Fear

Annabella Chaklos, Staffer

February 28, 2019


Filed under Poetry

I sit across from the ticking clock. My thumping heartbeat, it's supposed to mock. The wind howls outside and in my mind... My sanity is hard to find. There are constant whispers in my ear... Though the person speaking is not to appear. My body shakes from head to toe. My brain is...

Students choose weekly “staff members of the week”

Students choose weekly “staff members of the week”

Quinn Evans, Staffer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

The students of DHHL can vote for their favorite staff member each week. To vote, all you have to do is scan one of the many QR posters that are posted around the building. We also included the QR code above this story. Once you scan it, the page will pop up. After it does, it will ask you your name...

The Vicious Truth

The Vicious Truth

Annabella Chaklos, Staffer

February 25, 2019


Filed under Poetry

Every single day, they watch us like a hawk. We were given voices, but we aren't allowed to talk. All of us are placed into one long, straight line. We all must be perfect, not good, not fine. It's now getting foggy, and thoughts are ceasing. Why are all the dreams and creativity decreasing? However,...

Movie Review: “The Greatest Showman”

Movie Review: “The Greatest Showman”

Cambria Newberry, Staffer

February 25, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo

"The Greatest Showman" is my favorite movie, and I have found great joy from it. It teaches us the wonders of the world. Although this movie is great, it does have its flaws. While it teaches us about kindness, it doesn't really teach us much about the real "Greatest Show" made by P.T. Barnum. It includes...

Movie Review: “Hocus Pocus”

Movie Review: “Hocus Pocus”

Aubrey Snyder and Aeriana Steranko

October 16, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

Released on June 16, 1993, Hocus Pocus is a great, classic movie. It is weird, funny, and sometimes creepy. However, it's not too scary, and kids of all ages can watch it. It is technically a family movie, and you can see it often this Halloween season on Freeform's 31 Nights of Halloween. The movie...

Student Spotlight: Racine Heayn

Student Spotlight: Racine Heayn

Cambria Newberry, Staffer

October 15, 2018


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Racine Heayn is a 5th grader in Ms. McGinley's class. When Racine grows up, she wants to be a teacher. "I want to be a teacher when I grow up so I can teach little children," Racine said, "I like being with little kids." "One of my favorite hobbies is basketball," Racine said. We used to be on the...

Girls’ basketball improves daily

Girls’ basketball improves daily

Reese Ketner, Staffer

October 15, 2018


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

The 7th and 8th grade girls' basketball team has played 11 games so far this season. The 8th grade record is 5 wins and 6 losses so far. The 7th grade record is 9 wins and 2 losses. Their most recent game, they played Jim Thorpe. Their next game is tomorrow (Tuesday, October 16) at 4:00 p.m. against...

Beauty from Afar

Beauty from Afar

Annabella Chaklos, Staffer

October 15, 2018


Filed under Poetry

Your eyes have the green of the forest, They own the blue of the sea. Behind them is a universe, So interesting to me. Your golden locks flow in curls down your face, The color of your hair took the sun's place. The shade of your lips never fades away, That bright, cherry red always...

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